The Young Thinkers and Achievers Program is a holistic child development program to Inspire, Engage and Empower a child to achieve their potential. We use innovative game-based methodologies, cognitive psychology-based frameworks and deep facilitative approach to nourish and develop your child's potential in the thinking, social and emotional domains.
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Learning : The level at which your child starts in the program is determined based on a baseline assessment and not solely based on age (we do, however, age band the children carefully). The assessment is not meant to reject any student, merely meant to understand where the child stands currently. As the child advances through the levels, the child shows an increase in confidence levels, ability to self-motivate, enhanced focus, positive attitude, think and analyze, communicate effectively, interact socially, solve problems and even, innovate! Your child will be able to use the various tools and skills learnt in various areas of their life ranging from learning, social interactions, developing a passion and following it. Every year, there will be an interactive parent session to review progress and to encourage the children when they showcase their skills. Apart from this we engage with the parents in several ways to work with and develop the children. Developing your child into a Young Thinker and Achiever is a long term commitment and hence, should not be viewed from a short term perspective. About Basic and Extended Program : Young Thinkers and Achievers is a 5 level program for children 6-16 years. In the Young Thinkers and Achievers Basic Program classes are conducted for 2 hours/week on weekends/weekday evenings to develop the thinking, social and emotional areas of your child. In the Young Thinkers and Achievers Extended Program classes are conducted for an an additional 2hrs/week and we work on reading, understanding and writing skills. It further enables your child to apply the tools learnt in the basic program directly into their learning process directly.